The Tampa Bay Lightning stormed back in the Eastern Conference final against the Washington Capitals, thanks in part to a thriving power play and suddenly reliable penalty-killing unit.
To regain control of the best-of-seven matchup that continues Saturday night, the Caps need a lift from their special teams, too.
"The series is tied 2-2," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said. "It doesn't matter how you got there."
Tampa Bay, which has taken two straight in a series in which the home team has yet to win, believes it hasn't played its best.
Washington was dominant in winning twice on the road, then sputtered — particularly on the Alex...